Sponsorship & Support

We are a community focused organisation that genuinely believes in giving back to our community – both in a local and national setting. We support the following organisations, charities, individuals and sporting clubs.

Royal Society for the Blind

We perform Cataract Surgery, Eye Laser Surgery and Corneal procedures for thousands of people every year, however, not everyone can benefit from these procedures. Some people with vision impairment or other non-visual disorders benefit greatly from the many varied services provided by the Royal Society for the Blind (RSB) which gives them the opportunity to improve the quality and independence of their lives.

We recognise that these services require on-going funding and contribute to this wonderful organisation by making a quarterly donation. In this way we contribute to the eye care of patients that the centre is unable to assist.

Together, we can help make a difference.

Visit the RSB web site


The 2h Project

The 2h Project is a not for profit Australian development organisation working with local communities overseas to bring help and build hope for the poor and disadvantaged. Their focus is primarily in Cambodia, in rural, remote and urban environments with projects covering four main areas of development; microenterprise, land and housing, medical initiatives, training and education.


PROJECT SIGHT TO LIFE: In 2009, Kate Taylor, the founder and director of the 2h project approached Adelaide Eye & Laser Centre to assist with Project Sight to Life and explained that cataract surgery had never been made a priority in Cambodia. With approximately 20,000 new cases anticipated each year, of which 80-90% are treatable, she detailed how a Cambodian trained optometrist (Dr Ek Sarou) had set about in establishing the Battambang Optical Clinic.

Dr Sarou had realized that eye surgery was either unaffordable, inaccessible or considered too dangerous by local villagers. Supported by his partnership with The 2h Project, Dr Sarou rented and refitted a suitable building, collected the necessary equipment and gathered a team of professionals dedicated to providing quality eye surgery to those who are unable to afford it.

We are proud to be associated with The 2h Project and Sight to Life through networking with other medical facilities, and donating equipment for both eye consultations and surgery requirements. The commitment of Kate, her husband Kevin, and the numerous volunteers involved in this ongoing mission is undeniable.

For further information on the Sight to Life Project or any of the other ongoing projects please refer to the 2h website: http://www.the2hproject.com/


Rotary International

AE&LC and our many generous patients who no longer need their glasses after their surgery, donate them to Rotary International. These glasses are then checked, matched and re-purposed to people in need in various countries in the world, providing better vision to people who otherwise live without it. Read more here: https://www.rotary.org/en

Book complimentary laser assessment

To understand your best laser options we provide either a tele-consultation or in-house assessment that is no cost to the participant. Provided by a skilled refractive counsellor from ParkView Day Surgery, our affiliated day surgery facility, during this appointment we are able to refine what your personal eye solution is, and provide you an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

Are you suitable for eye laser surgery?

Not all people are suitable for laser surgery and a thorough examination with an Ophthalmologist is necessary to determine suitability, however, there are some general guidelines and questions which can provide an initial indication of suitability. Take the suitability test and take your first step to a clearer brighter future.

Your questions answered here

We understand that having eye laser surgery is an important decision and that you may have questions about the procedure, your immediate recovery and what you can expect in the days, weeks and months after surgery. We have answered as many as we can here.